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Québec’s GHG cap-and-trade system, Canada’s first, linked to California's program on Jan. 1, 2014. Regulated emitters will be watching how the carbon market develops with interest.
State and local governments have primary responsibility for fighting air pollution; EPA plays a coordinating role. Are we trending from federal coordination to federal control?
The growing demand for natural gas brings into sharp focus the expanding interdependence between the gas and electric industries.
EPA's efforts to revise its ambitious "Renewable Fuels Standard" and increase usage of alternative biofuels continue to meet with critical public comment and judicial challenges.
Siting aquaculture facilities in federal waters is feasible with careful planning.
Late last year, the Ninth Circuit largely rejected a challenge by NRDC to U.S. EPA’s first-ever conditional registration of a pesticide containing nano-sized particles.
A summary of recent environmental, energy, and resources decisions at the federal level.